Using the long exposure setting on his camera and an LED light, Pasadena, California-based artist Darren Pearson, aka Darius Twin (previously featured here), spends his nights creating awesome light paintings depicting a host of wonderful creatures which look like ghosts made of light. Each piece takes between two and five minutes to create.
Not content with decorative 2D images, under Kazuki’s skilled hands frothy milk rises out of the mugs to resemble any number of pop culture characters that are sure to put a smile on your face.
Order two drinks and your beverages might be served up appearing to interact with each other. Coffee is already a great pick-me-up, but these kawaii beverages might be verging on over-the-counter anti-depressant territory.
Follow Kazuki Yamamoto on twitter to keep up with his delightful, drinkable artwork.
A little girl attending the 2013 Motor City Comic Con enthusiastically cosplaying as the legendary Stan Lee is undeniably awesome. But when that same little girl poses for a photo with the real Stan Lee? That, friends, is Super Awesome and pretty much made our day. (They both have such wonderful mustaches!) There’s a photo that deserves place of pride on the fridge.
[via Fashionably Geek]
Every once in a while a two-headed animal makes the news, but we’ve never seen a two-headed snail. This awesome mutant mollusk, called the Conjoined Snail, is a custom Munny created by Motorbot, an artist and toy-designer based in Allen, Texas.
“This little guy began his life as a mini munny. Now he’s a cute little abomination that can’t wait to slither around your toy shelf. He’s about 9 inches long and about 6 inches tall at the eyes.”